Kanaloa, the Octopus God

Toward the end of summer, the owner of the Surf and Turf gathered the children of the beach, many with no place to go, and held a cookout around a large bonfire to ensure they had one great experience for the summer. He ended the event by sharing the story of Kanaloa with them, his subtle way of warning them of the dangers of the ocean. For some, it worked. For others, not so much.


About Shanon Grey

I am a Fiction::Weaver, weaving stories of suspense and romance with threads of the paranormal.
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